5 Steps Toward Racial Justice and Reconciliation

Racial justice and reconciliation are central to the gospel. Here's how predominantly white churches can join the cause.

Needed: Healthy Multiethnic Churches

The multiethnic church movement has experienced considerable strain. This is cause for correction, not despair. Here are some first steps.

Sermon Prep: 4 Ways to Improve Your Focus

Focus on these things in sermon preparation and you'll minimize the distractions that can derail productivity.

Race and the Gospel: How Can We Move Beyond a Broken Witness?

“When We’re in a Posture of Hospitality, We Can’t Objectify Those With Whom We Disagree. We Can’t Throw Stones While Serving Bread.”

Time Is Short for Biblical Reconciliation

"The problem of reconciliation is much too big to be wrestled to the ground by plans that begin in the minds of men."

Healing the Wounds: One Pastor’s Journey

“When People Begin to Understand the Perfect Love of God, It Spreads Out From Heart to Church to City, Patiently Healing.”

Bryan Loritts: Diversity Is Not a Fringe Issue—Part 1

“You have to construct a philosophy of ministry where you show people that diversity and reconciliation aren’t fringe issues, but that they’re tethered to the gospel.”

Bryan Loritts: Building Bridges—Part 2

“Our sanctuaries reflect our dinner tables. So if you want a diverse sanctuary, then you have to have hundreds of diverse dinner tables.”

95 Theses for Today’s Church—A Declaration of Diversity

Leaders call for a reformation of unity and diversity.

How Can We Change the World?

Mark DeYmaz: “Can a church really hope to redeem a community if it does not reflect the community?”
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